Intro to Portugal's awesome Algarve

A seemingly endless source of fascination and pleasure for visitors, Portugal‘s most popular area with sun-seeking vacationers has for generations been its southernmost region, the 1,930-square-mile (4,997-square-kilometer) wedge known as the Algarve. Traditionally devoted to agriculture as well as coastal fishing, much of this area is still largely bucolic and sleepy, but there are also some stretches of coast with dramatic rock formations – and 125 mi (200 km) of more than a hundred beaches – which are as resort-developed as anywhere else in Europe. Bottom line: something for every style, preference, and age of holidaymaker.

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